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FPL basics: How to use the statistics menu

16 Jun 2021
Sergio Reguilon

The Scout explains how managers can use data on the Fantasy website to help plan their transfers

The statistics menu can play a crucial part in helping managers make their transfer decisions in Fantasy Premier League.

In your "Transfers" page, the menu is set to “Total points” by default.

But clicking on the “Sorted by” dropdown allows managers to see the players who have scored the most goals or produced the most assists, clean sheets and bonus points.

There are a number of other handy filters that can help managers identify their next targets.

Number of times in Dream Team
This shows how many times a player has been named in the best-performing XI of a Gameweek in the season.

Points per match
This can give a better indication of how well a player has fared if they have been sidelined for a period through injury. 

Value (season)
This shows how well a player is performing in terms of points per million, in relation to his current price in Fantasy.

Form
This highlights a player’s output in Fantasy, determined by his number of games over the previous 30 days.

Transfers in (round)
This gives managers an indication of current transfer trends, showing the most popular picks since the previous deadline passed.

Also in this series

Part 1: What is FPL?
Part 2: How to pick a squad
Part 3: Managing your team
Part 4: How to make transfers
Part 5: How FPL points are scored
Part 6: How to use chips
Part 7: Mini-leagues and FPL Cups

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